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Simcoe-Muskoka Regional HSJCC

 

 

Justice Served Conference
Addictions & the Justice System: “Hope & Recovery”

Thursday, May 16th, 2019
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

YMCA Geneva Park
6604 Rama Rd, Orillia

Learn practical information about supporting individuals involved in the criminal justice system:

  • Learn about leading practices
  • Interactive Workshops
  • Great Networking Opportunity

This event will be of interest to mental health and addiction workers, developmental service providers, police, probation officers, social workers, educators, therapists, criminal justice system personnel, consumers, families and municipal/provincial political representatives in Simcoe County and District of Muskoka.

Keynote Speaker

Earl Lambert
“Keeping it Real!
Substance Abuse
Prevention Strategies”

Concurrent Workshops

Presenter: Amber Meiners
“Simcoe County Drug
Treatment Court”

Presenter: CNCC Panel
“Supporting Clients
with Addiction Issues
in a Correctional
Setting”

Presenter: Linda MacArthur
“Mother of Recovering
Addict”

 

Early Bird Registration Deadline is April 18 th , 2019 – $75
Final Registration Deadline is May 8 th , 2019 – $90

Goals and Key Commitments:

To coordinate communication and to establish effective linkages between criminal justice, health and social service agencies.

To establish processes for coordinated planning, joint problem solving, and the integrated delivery of services.

To promote, organize and deliver education and public awareness opportunities.

Specific Objectives:

To identify priority issues.

To implement the Simcoe-Muskoka strategies that address priority issues in our work plan.

To support the efforts of the local Area {Barrie, Collingwood, Midland & Orillia} HSJCC Advisory Groups.

To ensure that consumer and family perspectives and input are integral to the development and implementation of Simcoe Muskoka strategies.

To appoint sub-committees and working groups as required to address identified issues.

To maintain linkages with established committees, structures, or groups within the criminal justice, health and social service systems, as necessary, in order to facilitate the work of the Committee.

To exchange information with other Human Services and Justice Coordination committees around the province.